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Oct 19, 4:37pm - #304107 
Lil help on a custom box mod...where to buy carpet?

Hey guys, i just purchased my stereo and i want to build a custom box and a spot for my 2 amps. Im buying ply wood from a local store and i was wondering where to buy the best matching carpet for the trunk of my GTS. thanks and hopefully someone has done this b4 me and knows where to get it.

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Oct 19, 7:26pm - #304108 
Get MDF wood and most audio places will sell you carpet by the square yard.

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Oct 19, 8:29pm - #304109 
sweet, thanks for the heads up. hopefully they will have some carpet to match.

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Oct 19, 10:56pm - #304110 
yeah my friend and I built a few boxes. If you make it out of plywood it'll sound like shit. My friend and I did a lot of custom stuff with the box as far as shape and what not. A helpful tip that helped us. If you want to conserve weight you don't have to make the WHOLE box out of MDF. Just make a smaller box to fit inside the custom inclosure to hold the sub out of MDF. Then you can get the sound of an MDF box and the weight and versatility of a plywood one. It'll save a lot of weight and money. Also just like spyder posted, audio places will sell the carpet.

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Oct 20, 10:48am - #304111 
SWEET, awsome info dude because the main concern is weight for me. Im deweighting the car and adding a stereo with a sub so its kinda an oxy moron but i want the best of everything. great info dude ima do it your way with mdf and another kind of wood for the amps. next step is find an actuator or something where i can move the amps in and out for easy access while saving as much trunk space as i can thumbsup

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Oct 20, 1:22pm - #304112 
Maybe you should just get a prefab box if you are trying to save weight. That way when you go to the track you can just pull the wires off and take the box out. Just a thought I personally had a box built.

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Oct 20, 4:54pm - #304113 
crutchfield has good prices on carpet

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Oct 20, 5:11pm - #304114 
just make the box mount into the trunk but able to be unmounted for track purposes. Have like hidden "hinge style" pin and hole things or whatever you wana do. You can also use the plywood to make moveable ampracks that attach to the MDF or plywood enclosure for the mdf.

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